LACNIC suggests the creation of ‘MONC’ as an RIR accountability measure.
It’s Day 9 and we are mid way through the Plenipotentiary. All delegations are deep into Ad Hocs and informal groups negotiating consensus texts, sometimes with progress, but often without. As always the Internet issues remain contentious with virtually no prospect of consensus.
Security Specialist Adli Wahid conducted a workshop on “Internet for Investigation” and presented on “Securing the Internet of Things”.
There was a lot of discussion and some resolutions in the Ad Hoc groups, but the bigger issues are simmering in the background. The hardest work of the conference is still yet to come.
Monday of the second Plenipotentiary week here in Busan began with a statement from Secretary General Touré about the reduction of Member State contributions to the ITU.
It was a day of discussion centred on Resolution 130: Strengthening the role of ITU in building confidence and security in the use of information and communication technologies and Resolution 101: Internet Protocol-based networks.
Two interrelated topics dominated discussions during the recent ICANN 51 meeting in Los Angeles: the IANA stewardship transition and ICANN’s Accountability.
There were more elections and then the matter of WCIT at ITU PP-14: Day 5.
It was a day of elections, more policy statements, and the start of the Internet-related proposals. It looks set to be a busy weekend with many to be further discussed and negotiated.
APNIC visited Islamabad, Pakistan to provide a three-day IPv6 workshop from 25 to 27 August 2014. The workshop was organized and supported by the NUST School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (NUST-SEECS) and the …